Oh my lord it’s HOT! Seriously, these temps in December are crazy, but crazy good for sure. Being able to throw open the bedroom windows and freshen things up is so therapeutic for me. Both of the boy’s rooms have had a big spring clean that included purchasing fresh, new linen for their beds. Over the weekend, I finally had the time to do the same in our master bedroom.
You know those dumping grounds that ‘some’ of us have throughout the house? I have two; one is our dining room table and the other is our bedroom. It’s so odd that I despise clutter and mess yet the very place that should be somewhat of a peaceful sanctuary for Dave and I, has become the epicenter of chaos in our home.
Organising and decluttering our bedroom is a work in progress, so I’ll update you on that as I get to it in the future, but, as focusing on both the quality and quantity of hours spent asleep is a big priority for me heading into 2018 (thanks Fitbit lol), I decided to begin with a bed linen makeover.
Our prior duvet set was cozy, grey cotton jersey. Lovely and snuggly and perfect for winter but it didn’t invoke any ‘light and bright” summery feelings whatsoever. Despite my reservations (those reservations being a very sticky four-year-old and two dogs that love to sneak on the bed!) I knew I wouldn’t be happy with anything but 100% crisp white < insert sighing husband here.
I flipped the bed’s colour palette inside out, opting for grey linen sheets this season and that fresh, white goodness for the duvet cover. Texture was also a consideration, and I’m loving how our new bed linen provides lots of depth and variation, considering the very neutral colours I chose to work with.
What do you guys think? I’m loving how it came together. The muted trio of white, natural and charcoal is exactly what I was looking for to draw the eye out of the room via our large windows, to the garden beyond – which is super lush and green right now.
That’s the fun part over, now to declutter, cull and organize!
Shop this look from Logan & Mason here;
The items above were all sourced from the extensive linen range at Logan & Mason with whom I collaborated on this post.